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An Interview with Andrew Caldecott

Andrew Caldecott is one of the UK’s most unique writers. His genre-bending duology Momenticon and Simul is set in a dystopic future, highlighting many of our social issues in a stylised way. He weaves...

Review: Last to Leave the Room by Caitlin Starling

Last to Leave the Room is the new dark speculative fiction by Caitlin Starling, the USA Today bestselling author of The Death of Jane Lawrence, which seamlessly blends science fiction and horror into a...

REVIEW: The Hollows by Daniel Church

A small village experiences big terror in The Hollows, the thrilling debut novel by British horror writer Daniel Church. The Hollows is set in the Peak District, a sparsely populated upland region of middle...

REVIEW: The Well of the Unicorn by Fletcher Pratt

The Well of the Unicorn is a novel by Fletcher Pratt, first published in 1948 by William Sloane Associates under the name of George U. Fletcher. Fletcher Pratt (1897-1956) was, variously, a librarian, translator,...

REVIEW: Dogs of War by Adrian Tchaikovsky

From the kinden of the Shadows of the Apt series to the spiders of Children of Time, Adrian Tchaikovsky is well known for using the concept of animal analogues for human experience. Dogs of...

REVIEW: Interlibrary Loan by Gene Wolfe

Gene Wolfe’s Interlibrary Loan is a sequel to his 2015 A Borrowed Man. The premise of both is that in a future Earth, libraries not only offer books to be loaned, but also authors...

Cyberpunk: Where to start reading

Want to understand the surveillance-state dystopia our world has descended into? Need a primer on our cyberpunk present? Desperate to know what comes after the plague? Well friends, you’ve come to the right place....

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